Do What I Say, Not What I Do


At lunch today, I decided I wanted to make a minor change to the blog template.   I always tell people to back up their work first – before making changes.

Guess who didn’t follow her own advice?  I’d give you three guesses but you will only need one.

Thirty minutes later, I had a new template, new layout, and everything.  I screwed things up REALLY bad, couldn’t fix it, so had to start over.  The only good thing about this situation is the fact I find myself in it a lot, so getting things back together isn’t as hard as it used to be.

Really – follow my advice.  Save a copy before making changes.  Don’t use me as an example!

That being said, what do you think?  Too much? Easier to read?  Easier to navigate?  Who cares?

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Hubman says:

    I like it, definitely easier on my old eyes…

  2. Just me... says:

    I must agree with Hubman.. However, I refuse to blame it on age.. :):)~

  3. Osbasso says:

    Personally, I’m not a fan of the three-column blog, but it’s a better use of space than before. I like it!

  4. Dana says:

    I just want to *gigglesnort* at the lack of backup – does that make me a bad person??

    I’m funny about blogs – I like them to remain the same, at least in functionality. I know there are lots of folks out there who change templates regularly, I’m just not a fan.

    That said, this is much easier to read.

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